Purplex

Purplex gain a new crop of employees

  • 14 Nov 2017

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Purplex, the leading full-service marketing agency, has continued its speedy expansion with the appointment of eight new team members in only three months.  

The Purplex team, who now boast over 60 employees, moved to a new 5,000 square ft building just outside Bristol last year.

These new appointments look set to help the company reach their goal of hitting 100 employees by 2018.

The agency’s Managing Director, Andrew Scott, reflects on his company’s growth: “At Purplex, investment in our own growth translates to an investment in our clients’ success.

“We’re dedicated to providing our customers with the best service possible and, for us, that means acquiring great talent and developing a team large enough to cope with the increasing demands of the sector.”

The new appointments were made throughout the business, with James Phillips becoming Head of Campaign Delivery, having previously been a Digital Marketing Editor; Anna Busby joining as a Customer Services Manager after working as Client Services Manager for Talking Talent and Lucas Courtney  as an Account Manager at Purplex, having previously worked as a Digital Content Producer.

Ed Frater has moved to Purplex from Safestyle, becoming an Account Manager; Rosie Best will be drawing on the skills gained during her Cambridge University English degree in the role of PR Copywriter; and Alex Bennett, a marketing graduate from Cardiff Metropolitan University and finalist at the Future Marketer of the Year Awards, joins as Purplex’s Marketing Executive.  

Purplex has also expanded its online marketing division, with Laura Trowbridge recently appointed Head of SEO, Content and Social and, after graduating from UWE with a degree in journalism, Adam Pyke becomes Purplex’s Online Advertising Executive.

“I’m delighted with how all of our new team members are fitting in at the office”, adds Andrew.

“Everyone at our agency is dedicated to helping businesses in the construction industry achieve their full potential and I firmly believe that, in our new team members, we have found a group of people who share this commitment.”

Purplex Marketing was established in 2004 by Andrew Scott, who previously worked in a number of successful businesses in the building products and home improvement sectors.

Since its establishment, Purplex has grown by at least 34% every year and now has a large clientele of customers located throughout the UK and Europe.

 

Contact Purplex Marketing:

502 Worle Park Way,
Weston-super-Mare,
BS22 6WA

London Office:

Golden Cross House
8 Duncannon Street
The Strand
London
WC2N 4JF

Tel: 01934 808132 

E-mail: grow@purplexmarketing.com

Visit Purplex Marketing's website

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